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    no interaction but moderated mediation?

    Hello, my ANOVA analysis shows me that I have no interaction between my moderator and IV. Is it still possible to test for a moderated mediation? Because I read: "James and Brett (1984) gave another perspective that “moderated mediation could occur when a moderator independent...
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    Control Variables & moderated Mediation

    Hello, I'm testing a moderated mediation with two dependent variables, so I'm running two tests with PROCESS SPSS. I have included 5 control variables in my experiment and have some questions about control variables. 1.) Are there any assumptions for using control variables (i.e. they...
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    Non-Normality - Measuring of stereotypes

    Hello :) I'm researching a moderated mediation (2x2) with two mediators. To test my MANOVA and moderated mediation I have to check the normality assumption of errors (residuals). My sample size is 400. 1.) One of my mediators has a non-normality distribution of residuals (which I think is...
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    Identify Outlier

    Hi, I need help to identify outlier for my research project :) Model: 2x2 moderated mediation 1.) IV: both are nominal (rich vs. poor & public vs. privat) --> 4 scenarios were created -- one of the IV is a moderator (public vs. privat) 2.) two mediators (interval scale) 3.) two DVs (interval...
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    Which method?

    Hello friends of statistic, first of all - sorry for my bad english, it's not my mother language :( ... Here is my problem. I have to make a study about helping behavior and I'm not sure which method I have to use. Scenario: A man with (low/high) status is helping (public/private shown). My...
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    Difference Measurement (compare means) between two continuous variables

    Hello, I'm looking for a test and need some help :( .. Variable 1: value (continuous) Variable 2: expectation (continuous) Dependent variable: performance My hypothesis: high value and low expectation lead to lower performance than low value and low expectation. How do I test this...